The IDF has seen an unprecedented growth in synagogues, most of it with foreign funds; meanwhile, non-Jewish soldiers suffice with praying in improvised shacks.
Poster distributed in Sur Baher village warns parents that Hamas’ TV channel is brainwashing and inciting their children.
South Korea just pushed Israel out of the No. 1 spot for research and development spending. Israel needs to do more to keep up the pace of innovation.
In 1969, veterans of the Haganah, Irgun and WWII were asked to help defend the northern communities. The media described a giant success, but archives show they were mostly asked to help with the harvest.
Friends and family describe Haitham Saada as a smart and gentle boy – and now a martyr, too. What led up to the Palestinian 14-year-old's death by IDF gunfire one Friday afternoon? His loved ones may never find out.
Not the poorest Israelis, who disproportionately play Mifal Hapayis and Toto — and whose towns have more lottery kiosks per capita than richer ones.
The scientific milestone, which confirms the physicist's century-old theories, opens a new window for studying the cosmos.
Is rice more healthful than ice cream? Not necessarily. Are potatoes harmful? Not for everyone. A breakthrough study by two researchers from the Weizmann Institute shows that each of us has a different 'microbiome,' that makes us respond to foods differently. Get ready for a new medical revolution.